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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 8 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. w iiiiavt " - ' " lijUKli JiV.ltV tUKSDAT VOKNINO WIL6US&T0WNES, VVKLISHKHH rllMl RO.rJlrrlt. " " SOBSCRIPTIOH RATIS. uuMir.ix ri ' "; Oeoeop), aUinolitlll " 1 " One e.v rRKI lo o sending Ku yearly cah eulntcrlbera. . . . , HOPRINSVILLE BUSINESS JURE C TORY, ""lawyeiw. ; CM, MKAlilAM, Attoraey at t.a, South Keututklaa ottlce, bridge Slroel. b1; 1'IE DUO,, Mala Street, over Cohn't itore. BREATHITT A PAYNK, Hopper lllock, op. (kwIM flielpa A Hunt. E A.l'HKI.lH ASOX. Hopper lliock, rear i ot Lteuer'ailore. O J. BO V l, Hopper lllock, Am loor, roar of U- 1.1 Lieber'a ataro. r A. til AUI'I.l.N, Webber Homo, ruar of i Court Hun TXTIKKUKI! Mcl'ARHOi.L, Mailt Street, II ofMil PlaaUira liauk JW. .IcHHWtsoN, Main Mrect, ..IJolulin .l-laa'er.'llaak. Rmr.n a kyi-kiit, next to court iioum. eulraace froai Mala Street. . FKI.ANUAtlltAVKs, Mata Street, oppoaite I'lanler. llauk. T B. KMIUHTAUX,liain Street, oppoilte Btnicltt. llouie. doctors. W r. PATTtlX. il. tl., oMr Houl...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 8 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. W K T. TOXTS ES, KniToa, HOPKIXSVILLE. JLW &, 1879. DMOCRATIG TICKET. TOR rroVERXOB, " LUKE P. BLACKBURN, OfJeffersvn County. : FOn I.IKUTEHANT OOVEHNOR, , , JAMES K. CANTKELL, , OfScojtt County. FOR MTORKR OF.KERAL, ' P. VV. HARDIN,- Of Mercer County, 'fob auditor, ' FAYETTE HEWITT, . Of Hardin County, FOR TRBASURRR, JAMES V. TATE, Of FranMin County, tLFElUNTKNDENT TUDMO INSTRUOTIOH, ' JOSEPH DESHA PICKETT, ,' Of Fayette County. FOR ItEfllBTER OF LAND OFFICR, ' RALPH SHELDON, Of Nelson County. For State Senator. . DR. J. II. PREW1TT, 1 Of Ifopftfos County. The life of the Democracy depends on Ohio. Whoop 111 Oliio. Tho California Democrats had 0 to say in regard to the money question in their late convention. Careful Democrats! Ue not do ccived I Do not pledge Democracy to (go soil a platform, yon might have to "oat crow" in '80. : God grant that you may not. 1 Mr. Ttoyot, Mrs. Hayes, the young. r nalu -flatst and the cabinet look water on the 4th and slep...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 8 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. C. M. MBACIIAM, Local KntTO. MorilSSVlLLE, JULY 8, 1879. SOCIALITIES. . Mr. tV"tn". Rltlcr loft for Nebraska on the first Inst. Judtfu T. C Dalncy, of Cadi, wa In Die city yetterday. Mia Ella CabKtilns, of Trenton, ii In the oily rUltiug Iter mother. Mitt Minnie Lauder Ii visiting the MIetet Dleklnioo, of Trenton. Mr. II. B. Wlllton, of Clark, vllle, Tenn., wat in the city yetterday. Mr. Sam. VanCulIn, of Philadel phia la vUitlng her relative, Mrt. Coleman Mlt Bettie Mattle of the Eaatern iart of the county, 'wa In the city Thoraday. Mill Mettle Bell Roger, a young lady of rare attraction, la viilting at Col. Bypert'a. . j Mrs. M. V. Grimm who hat been quite tick for tome daya, la nowilow ly recovering. Judge J. D. Chrltman, of M1elIp ll, formerly of tide county, It at the I'hoenlz Hotel. 1 Mr. Itobt. JJ. Withera, or Mltait. ippl, la vUllIng her parent, Mr. and Mr. W. W. Ware. , , HEEE AND ' THESE. . ,; Another new baby In town. Tom. Edmundaon the victim.. Plen...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 8 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKY. Oft JCX.: Ui Mye SI., M. Maltt Xltxr JJOJ'KlNSVJLEt B.V- - ,, .Womoa Eyeing Women. The eyeing of women is one of tli most ollensivo manifestations, of bu licrcilioKsiicss now to be met Willi sodely. Few observant persons can Imyo lulled to notice the manner In winch sue woman who is not per ircuy wcit-bi-ecl or pcrlcrtly . kind nearicti will eye anotiicr woman she Hunks is not in such good sscie ly, nnii, auove nil, not at the time i bo cosily n uVefB ns sho herself is in It is done everywhere at parlies, at cniircn, in me street, it is (lone by women in nil conditions of life. 'J lie very servant girls learn it of their mistresses. It is done in a-ti in stnnt. Who ennnot recall hundreds ol instances of that sween of the cv which lakes in at a glniicc the whole woman ami what she has. on. from top-knot to shoe-tie ? Men nre never jrniliy of it, or, with such extreme rarily, nnrt then in such fccblo nn f mall-soaled spstiinens of their sex. that it may be set down...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 15 July 1879

THECSOUTH KENTUCKlAN. THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. i A.wiuil " " , , """ '' wi.'T-towwti USUBl) EVI W. tl'KSD.VT, UOIiSlKu i II ILu vu -rw wn (-. " SUBSCRIPT.!! BATESv iw copy, one yH aiMratwai.. ..,... M J tine cony, .iamuulh. jou. i w. Oae coav khkr l Any one wuillug u till V.;rl cash MilMcf ibor. v , , HOPRINSVILLR ! BUSINESS: .iliS'W. .a 3 ) tH 1579. CM MK.U'IIAM, Attnrnrynt Ijtnr.Soulh , KonllKklau oMce, llrlilae Wrwii. rlK .lore. Jt Hill), Main MrertfWy BIIKATIIITT I'AVNE, lluipr Bloc,oi liuslle rtilW ASoin. ,v . ; . gt Mcher' atore. , . T iAWTX3 Hsu JiW rrliirin-tf troul Ilu) Jfjixt wulitilotv, HcJjulwrlariaU.i.t. 1 i' timifiti hoods, 'on.latlnff of Hn I, trhmncil and uutrltnniml Fi-ttUtcra, I.bit.. KHjboiu, elc. , . .,2 April I.VW.tf. ' ' CigarMapfactory. V Ji WrieWet cawtftoedW" H tf .-.-.-. ,.u;..'-. r M , SM o J. IlUt l. Ileir llrack, oret lloor, nir of C1 l.liher'. iiore. " A. ( HAW PUN, Webaer llouac, rear of i Court llouw. WISFRlili "i( Anil(u, Wain Street, oiwlM l'lauir Unnk...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 15 July 1879

THE SOUTKENTllCfflN. ' wmI throws iis iiii'toa.' IIOrKIXSVlLLE. JULY la, 1 ! 1879. DEMOCRATIC -TICKET. - VoR (IOVKRNOR, LUKE p. BLACKBURN, 0 Jefferson County. ' fob i.if.utsxant aoVERScm, ' J-JAMES ErX'ANTREIXr""' Of Scott Couhly: K.' FOR ATroIlSRT GKSKKAff, P. W. HARDIN, ' Q' Mercer County. for auditor, !' FAVKTTE HEWITT, .' ; y Uanli County. FOR TRE.tHIIRER, .... i ,' JAMES V. TATR, Of Franklin Count y bupfr'ntendent' ruRt.ic IXSTnucTION, JOSbPH DESHA PICKETT,-'-' Of Fayette County. FOR REGISTER OF LAVD 0PKIC, J BALPII SHELDON, Of Nelson County, For State Senator. nit. j. H. riiEwirr, ' . : Of Hopkins County. .;'.. From every hill autl dale tlii'oiih- out 'thd South comes tho ' echo of "quarantine." Unfavorable reports from the for- cij-'ii wheat crop is having a telling ellcU on the 'New: York inurkel. Prices aro advancing. , ' ..; New '. Orleans lias , quarantined against Memphis. Tie rery climax o( absurdity, Il'tae rational though in for- a cat to quarantine against fleas. . :...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 15 July 1879

THE. SOUTH KENTUCKY. .--r;,-T-. C. M. MKACIIAM, Local Koiron. HOTKIILLp, j ULV 15, 1879 tuijL.i.i Mg-J r-rf,, Mr. 0. W Wtr of TrenloH) u In the chy.SntunlK' P T- ,H: Mist pltiHle I'tytlB li Vlslltllg r liUivri uoiM'i'enibrokei ( Mrt. tyVll Towhet la upending ,a couple of wtckt t Subret Springe-. Mist lAmiie Iwy it visiting lit alster, Mr&rlMtiii,'t the Ptxrulx Prof. Itmt returned 8aturday afler nn abtence from the city of acTcral days. """ " VYS) y ntttowi.yj of this county, lea last week for Ltadville, Coloiado. , ' Mist Faiiula Randolph i upmSfiif tome day t wlih Mist AiinieGalnet or Mr. l)lck ronce who has been quite tick for tcvcrtl 4flV bat, again re MriMaryllindy It Siting the family of licr brother, Mr. Wlut. Hfliiry,.t;sk ;, ' , , ... .. . Mr. John W. Itichfa. of New York, Mr. T. F. MnKiii. Mr. Joe A. CrilBiij of Cerulean Springs, wu llie guest of tlio Cooper llouie lit! FrMtf' 7,? "Vf A f f f . Kid. L. JSlliv wile of.Ilcli ricrson, were In (lie city liut week, EEEJ AND ...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 15 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAM. VI J- ll t: Hi (.. XI., M . J.'intfJ(lrrr IIOI'KINSVIUX KV. Tha Tobaoco-Wora Hoth. 12.tit? FsmMTaVHomo Jonrnnl.' Herewith I lake l.o liberty of Kndiiig you.for publication, a letter from the Agricultural 'Department Wellington, . in answer to somo q lestious propounded by mo con eeriiliix tlio lira mid habits of the to bnct: liy. An Article 1 roiul in the Tobacco Lea, anil copied therefrom by several other papers on that sub ject, caused mo to mnkethc inquiries. - 1. St'tVNEIUKII. DkI'AHTMRNT 9f Aulllt'VLTDHK, Dl-1 ,: VISION OP EsTH.M01.OUy, I AVashinstiin, D. C. May 19, 1879.) Sir:- In tho nhwnco of Trofessor Comstock, t tuke the liberty of an swering the Qiierrles of Mr.' E Schneider, of Fuirview, Todd countv, iy., ns louows: 1. The Southern Tobacco-worm moth Macrosila Carolina, Linn,) iiunoiiotctlly lives for several weeks . in the perfect stuto. 2. Tho female is rather larger tliun Ihc male, but other dlllereiice is ini perceptible except in the genitalia. ...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 22 July 1879

f " '.- Hit I Tl ' I 7l MB-I i.iil il1arii' i- kAT, P.VW ..t.tt THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAH. Jvll 1 (() ll V HE liiUKIIKVlEV' TUKSDAT VOUS1NO WILGUS'&loWNES, rvHUNHMts mn raoeuntout. DVXRTISI1TO HATS. ttwaquKrD,rr tewt, flnrt Inefrtlon I 100 Oiiiiqtture,orltJ8f iHMontt IH(wrttoKk..u : W i OiWdiiiurj,tlim! muhthn 400 Oaudqusina, twtjiftj woMlM..t.:.4.. IV m ) Two iKjuarva, fix inuittha n nl Two aWiuarvtt, on ver 17 iw- ' OltC-foUrth CilluisMte 1 fWWrtmiMmslJ Sft Onm-tUirti cluntUf ptr year M ti One-half eulunn, per yvmx ...... . 63 30 '' j butt l.iiii'i '"'-I wvt of SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ' I ai'iij 'l l '.(iJoI jJ-ikD .il .. Oeo copy, ooo year, la attvaaoa, .. ; . . ... .t 00 Oaecuyy, atxiaunMia . .........., i Una oir to Buy boo wuiUhg ua ton jva.-lr cah ttUcrltom. ':'.., : .- Volume j;"-; HlllHi ii VlUrflOPKISSyiLtE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULT 22, 1379: NUMBEK 28." viivj nttiuiiiu, jrrr rsr uw uv llusiaeM localsf turn cents per Hb- THE SOUTH KEHTUCKiAH.' I ' ! ..v..i-i . , ' 't . . 1 1.. !...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 22 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKY. HOrKlNSVILLE. JULY 22, IS19. Mr., Henry U a tna of kigW Intel. ugcnee ana or liumee oaMchv. A Toierfor Mm will by a meant be wasted. , , . '.. Mr. llenrj will earry a good col ored vote. JTark well that faot, ye black barbecues and radical ranters. Mr. Feland la an excellent groomer of a sweet-scented barbecue. HE knows how to work Ma colored brothers and slater tip tofew knit politically. The way strides thinn In connec tion, with' the- death of the Prince Imperial is that the Zulus captured old HftDoieon's sword. Truly the scepter seems to hare passed from Pafoh. . j. ,....., Those few Democrats who prom ised Dr. Fuqua, tho Greenbacker, to vote for him, will, of course, not do so, as he has changed his politics since the promise ' was made. lie now wants to blot the Democratic party from the face of the earth, so lie fays.i , .,. . ... : Mi. Feland is in faror of keeping the soldier at the pells. , The Dcm ucrnte of this county have seen none of this military d...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 22 July 1879

if THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN.I" hees and theeb. C. M.' HHSACHAMf Local Kuito.-' HOPKINSVILLE, iVVi 22. 1879. eocialitiis. Mn. Terrf and Mis Mills left for t'crulesnTliursdsy MUs Kettle! Baker, Of Csulx Is vli lting the family of Mr. Orr. Mr. J. y. Better, of toulsvllle.wet the guost of tlie I'lioeulx Saturday Col. James 0. Cooper ba gone to Cerulean to hmtch. varus wllu Jo. Griffin. --5 k Next' Monday U quarterly court. ' ' Didn't we have tome weather, though, last week ? ) (Juosts are (looking to CertrlcaB from every direction. A protracted meeting It in prog ress at the Christian church. Lett than two weckt till the eleoj tlon. ltally I Democrats, rally 1 ' "Doctor1' Mclteuzie at the Court house next Mouday. Aadite. '. The St. L. k S. E. Railroad went into Ihe hands of the L.& N. Road last Saturday. - . Miss Jennie Gary, of tills county, is Mr. Otlio O. Lander liss quit the sojourning lor some weeks at Source printing business, end Is now en- Springs, gaged as traveling agent for t...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 22 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. HOrJilXSVILEL KY. Ths Eesult. ll'antagrapb.1 . Congress lias adjourned. Most ev er, body kuowa it, but lor lha (car tome may not, wo repeat tlmt Hie Congressmen buve gono homo. Tlie work of ths extra session has been euimncil upas follows: Wcvi'ii measures of importance have been passed -r Of (lie loursonliii cal bills, tlirco have become laws. The Army bill, with Its prohibition ol the use of tho army as a police- to keen the pence ut the poll. The bill repealing uu uuiuiiD jurum icst-on.n ; ana the uui luuvHinig u now ana now-nnvii anil iiioiiioii ot drawing juries. Tlie Marshal's bill, with its restrictions to prevent ihe employment of Deputy Mnvshiriste'intcrlcreiii clociions, lias luucu m ui'uuinc a law; but the fail ure deprives tlie administration ol any money to pay them. It also de prives the United States. Marshals and their regular Court Demiti nf flint, fees, but does not deprive them of mini- niui-irH,wnicn are provided for in the Legislative mid E...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 29 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. nn THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. m A.WINH'S , W. T TOWHM. ISdUEUKVUlV TUESDAY BtOUNrNQ WILGUS'&TOWNES, rvhitanKua em rnoPMiETon. HE ADVERTISING RATES. One square, or-feea, first Insertion $ 1 Ae Ouu stimre, or lea, imh'odU insertion.... SO One iimru, three inontha . I 00 Onesiiittro, twclvo months IU 0O Two eijuurcs, six months ! 13 00 Two iMiuttrus, oue year IT 00 Ono-fuurlti column, jier year S3 M One-third column, per year Till 3$ Ooe-half column, per year 63 M One column, per year lou 00 Husiuuss locale, ton cents per line. "'"bubscbiption bates. On oovv.nne year, in advance JjJ uw cupy, "I mouth. ' w One coirr i to any ona sending iu Urn yearly eah subscribers. VOLUME I. i nOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 2D, 1S79. NUMBER 29. KeNTUCKI AN. .... , , ! .u 3 -Arte. ... t ..7z-' ' - - BOPRLNsViLLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1879. "LA WYE 118? C, MEACUAM, Attorney nt Law, South , Koutuckwu oOlce, Bridge Direct. BL'IK DEO., Mala Street, over Coku'. awre. B" "kKATBITT l...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 29 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. WM.T. TOWN !:, Uimtob. HorKlXSVlLLK. JULY 23, 1879. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. rou nnvKitiioK, ' LUKE P. BLACKBURU, OfJtfernmComty. VOft tn-.L-TESANT (JOViajun, JAMKS E. CANTKELL. Of Scott Comfy. TOa ATTORNEY OKIIAL, l W. 1IARD1X, Of Mercer County. fob auditor, FAYETTE HEWITT, Of Hardin County. FOIl TREASURER, JAMES W. TATE, Of Franklin County. 61THRINTBNURNT rUIII.IO INSTRUCTIOS, JOSEPH DESHA PICKETT, Of Fayette County. for rkoibter op i.axd officii, RALPH SHELDON, Of Kelson County. , For State Senator. DR. J. II. ME WITT, Of Hopkins County. For the Legislature. WINSTON HENRY. It' Democrats will only do their dirty Christian county -will be, after tlie 4th of August, an respectable a eounty as airy in the State. " Sir. IJenry is making the raco to win. Do Rot lose sight of this fact. Bend your every energy for him. It Mill count loudly. Go to the polls. Do your duty to the Slijte, and perform an act of pub lie charity by standing equaroly for Prewilt and Honry. A circ...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 29 July 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKY - - C. 41. lIKACilAM, Local IUiitok. HOPKINSVILLE, JULY 20. 1871). SOCIALITIES. II on. Jumps D. Ilcck will speak to night. Tliolailietliivllod. Miss Georgia McCaulc'y, of N.iuli Villo, Toiui., la vlailiuif Mist Ada Trice. Mian Belle Cooper.of BcnnctlstowD is In the city, Iho guost of the Missos McDauiol. MIssTIiRodocinTurucraii attract Ire young leuly of Iiuvorly, was in the city Friday. . Mrs. G. U. Brandon, of Lowlsbnrg, Tenii., Is vialllug lier mother, Mrs. Iiobl Mills. Joel JcPkeraon wont to .Vadlson vlllc Saturday night, scck'.ng pleasure mid fo-Lizzio-ty. Missel PuiiMiio Elliott and Sally Tuck, of Lafnyottc, aro visiting Mrs. K. L. Boulwarc. Miss Josio B'tyd, of McLean eouii ty, is visiting tho family of her broth' cr, Mr. a J. Boyd. Mist Katie McDanlol ho returned from a visit of some weokt to friends at Bouuotlslown. . l'rof. J. II. Wilson, of Lafayette, departed for Louitvillo Friday, to remain soma weeks. : IS Us -Vlniilo Lander rcturued yes. Icrday from...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 29 July 1879

T V THE SOUTH KENTUOKEAN. O'i'Jl'E: llrtittfe HI., brt. Ml and Jtinr " HOrKISSVILEL KY. 'VOLUNTAS! SUESCHIPIIOHS. Halting the Republican Corruption Fond in tho Departments at Washington-Hayes Formally Koacinda HU Civil Service Order-Franking Privi lege Pervorted by Soampa t Wiv!: :r:';on Tost. The aiscssinii nincliine of tho Kc publican party is in lull operation at JS'o. 1317 F street, under tlie direction of Hon. Jay A. llubbell and liillco (..handler. "(Jollcclora aro going through llio tleimrtiucnts iu the same old wnv, seeking "voluntary" sub' pcriilionn. This syslem of "volun tary contributions" is worth describ ing) in order Hint people who don't maw salaries from tho Uovcrumeut niiy tiudcrstand it. Tlio names of nil the department clerks and dovurnincut employes In Washington is first obtained, with the salary that each receivos. Lists ot iiunics are then made out for the col lectors, and opposito each name is put an amount equal to two per cent, of 1110 salary, bach collect...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 5 August 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. r a. wiuioi - ,-r vJLTowm. HsUbbliVlltV TUESDAY UOUSINO WIL6lisiitQWNE8;; ADVERTISING RATES. OmqiMiTt.nHrt flrrt Inwrtion ) 0 Hie iKiimiYttiT liMt M'vwm lutwrtioii... . . IH' vuiiun. tliiTH! mnnttirt I Wl Oau ntiiMro, twelvu in ntltti IK mi Two(urvt tk MuntlW i1...,t.atm IK M TworMtnfiiH'one venr I; wi Oue-fourtti mluiiiniur y?Ar id Ml ine-lbinlilun.utprryvftr.. M J fDe-liair column, pev yuitr W Unci'iilumu, iHrvar luu 00 SUBSCRIPTION .RATES Oae ropy, one year. In airronct ...., ec ruuv. eia ainulne , . . : lino , l no Volume i. f HM.T ( f 7 A TTT nPm TUESDAY, AUGUST S, 1S79. NUMBElt 30. KtitfiiMMHi iocoii (vd cciiw pur un. 1 1 1 Sentugeian Una eiY o T " iewilti( too )-4rlrilnulMcribr. ... -, . . . BUSINESS DIRECTORY. CM.MEACHAII, Altorneyal Uw, Snath . keiiiui kieuoniee, bridge street. IIK hire. mr UKO., Mela 8traeVw ATelinla 15 B" KUATIIITT TAYMB, H lllHk,up puallc rliolptAS.uk. i HXriiKU'lf AitoN, lleupur Block, rear of I Jeuer'a tun. ,...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 5 August 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. WM.T.roirsEs, kdito. UOPK1XSVILLE, AUG. 6, 1879. The .New York Herald, proposes Grant for Minister to England, for getting that the General has a fence ortwoon his Illinois farm needing repair. It is snid that Henry Ward Dor clicr will come down Irom the While Mountains toon, bo to Halifax and repent Ms fumont sermon ''It's as hot shell." , , The toxbnijitct, l'loii-Plon, given to the new Prince Imperial of France, originated from his pronunciation of Napoleon, in early youth. As yet his notoriety consists in an unusually un common ninne. " ' The younjj man who shot nnd killed himself III self defence tho other day wns nn Inmate of Sing Sing prifon. Lightning rodlsts will please credit the press for not exposing his previous profession. Mr. Carl Shurz will talk poli lies in tho German language to the Ciuciunatiant on the 14th. In other words, Curl, with hit little bull tongue, will break dutoh roots from the new ground, political. Arkansas has bufc two Ilepnblf...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 5 August 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. t H. MKACHAM, I.OC4II Kbitob. HOPKIX8VILU5. AUG. 5.. 1870. SOCIALITIES. : KcK.Clias. Uorrls liai returned home. ; Dri F. M. Uray, returned from C. rttlcau last week. Turn Ualuci has accepted a position with S.ll. Turner. - Mlu Llzzio Steele of BellevMw was tho.gucstof tlio fliocuix Thursday. Mlu EOo Payue li vlsttln g rele tlvcsuear Cerulean Spring. Joe Giuit and Hiram Plielpi pent soverul days of Usl week at Cerulean, Eugene W. Ileiter has taken a po sition aa Clerk at the Plioeulx Hotel. Mr. Garth lata of Texas Is vlsltlng lili brother '.V. L. Garth of this city. Airs. tonoVer of Toil J county li visiting the family or Mr. Dick Train, tun. Miss Jeniilo Gary spend a dsyor (wo with Jtlaa Mary Burbrldge lait week. Our young friend V. B. IUouardion or Pembroke was Ih Uiecily last Wed- mV:.:,Z0-.k"'7 ..v;..At Rev., A. H. Clark returned from Cerulean Friday In flue health aud spirits. Mr. E. n.i Lor.fr, ami w ife wont down to Cerulean Thursday to ipeud some days. J...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 5 August 1879

THE SOUTH KENTUCKY. OttlCJt: Uridyl SI., Bf. Main INI JIlw HOi'KIN'SVILEL KY. Disadvantages and Advantages of Eeafases- Defective hearing U not without Ms clk-ctunon iho mind mill clmrac ter ot inoptttiont. Provuntimr him from entering into general couyersn- tiou, it lias a tendency to make him observant, ami ho becomes tv looker- on tn society. Ho learns, to notice quickly expressions ofnleiisnre, ill temper, interest, or weniiuoss in tho fuces ot others. On the other hand through his innbility to engage in ordinary discourse, he loses the liiiuit ol repartee, and Kcnerally bo. eonies a slew, dillidenl, and awkward talker.- Mistrusting his hearing he praoticniiy obtains most of hU inf'or mtvtioH from print, in which cases he Ms tune to draw las conclusions ot leisure, lleisaptiii consequence to lose tho facility of rapid thought so necessary in good conversationalist. Hois, however, very tenacious of his leisurely-malured opinion?, and trusts to them implicitly, often gaining a rep...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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